Your diagnosis is

In the middle of pregnancy!

You're pregnant and not menstruating. You may experience variable menstrual pain and fluctuations in mood and energy. Pregnancy brings significant hormonal changes that can affect your daily life in many ways.

  • Your menstrual profile

    During pregnancy, you don't get your period, but you may still experience pain similar to menstrual pain. In the first trimester, these pains are often due to the nidation of the embryo and may resemble mild cramps. In the second trimester, pain may be linked to stretching of the ligaments supporting the uterus. In the third trimester, pain may be caused by the baby's pressure on the internal organs and pelvic ligaments. In addition, spotting or light bleeding may occur at various times during pregnancy. It's important to monitor these symptoms and consult your gynecologist to make sure everything is normal and get appropriate advice.

  • Hormonal profile

    Levels of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), estrogen and progesterone increase during pregnancy to support fetal development. These hormones can cause symptoms such as nausea, fatigue and mood swings. Hormonal changes also vary according to trimester, influencing the symptoms experienced. In the first trimester, there is a rapid increase in hCG and progesterone levels, often leading to morning sickness and fatigue. Just a few more weeks and you'll be fine! In the second trimester, hormone levels stabilize, which is often considered the most comfortable period. This is the time to travel, to do gentle sports, in short, to enjoy! In the third trimester, estrogen levels rise, which can cause pelvic pain and mood swings. Take heart, baby's on the way!

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  • Diet

    Follow a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins to support your baby's overall health and development. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. It's also crucial to avoid eating raw proteins, such as sushi or steak tartare, and unpasteurized foods, such as certain cheeses. If you are not immune to toxoplasmosis, be sure to wash your fruits and vegetables with vinegar to eliminate potential parasites. It's also advisable to avoid alcohol and cigarettes for your baby's health, bearing in mind that every mother does her best.

  • Skin and hair care

    Use moisturizing and nourishing products to manage the hormonal changes affecting skin and hair. Opt for skin care products that are free of endocrine disruptors, which may have an impact on the healthy development of the fetus. Avoid essential oils, as they can be too powerful and potentially harmful or even abortifacient during pregnancy. Choose natural, gentle products, such as sweet almond or coconut oils, to nourish the skin safely. It's also important to moisturize the skin of the stomach, thighs and chest to prevent stretch marks, using creams or oils specifically designed for these stretch-prone areas. Finally, a massage of the perineum with grape seed oil in the last trimester of pregnancy is highly recommended to prepare this area for childbirth and reduce the risk of tears.

  • Sports activities

    Swimming and water aerobics for pregnant women are excellent options for staying active during pregnancy. These activities are gentle on the joints, help relieve back pain and strengthen muscles without the risk of injury. Practicing relaxation and childbirth preparation exercises, such as prenatal yoga and deep breathing, can also be very beneficial for managing stress and preparing for the big day. These exercises help to improve flexibility, reduce tension and prepare mentally and physically for childbirth.

  • Camille, 30 years old

    "During my pregnancy, I discovered that swimming and special aquagym for pregnant women were really beneficial for me. These activities helped me relieve back pain and strengthen my muscles without risking injury. I also practiced relaxation exercises and childbirth preparation, which really helped me to stay calm and manage stress better. Abdominal pain was sometimes present, especially at the beginning and towards the end, but my gynecologist reassured me that it was normal. I also experienced a few episodes of spotting, which I monitored closely with her help."

  • Charlie, 35 years old

    "The first few months of pregnancy were quite difficult with morning sickness and intense fatigue. Fortunately, these symptoms eased over time (and I would have a morning snack in bed before getting up). I was careful to stay well hydrated and eat a healthy diet, avoiding raw fish and forbidden cheeses. Mood swings and the urge to cry were frequent, but I found comfort in talking with my partner and seeking help whenever I felt the need."

  • Candice, 34 years old

    "Before my pregnancy, I already had the Simone d'Elia panties, and I was delighted to find that their portfolio cut fitted my growing belly perfectly. They stayed with me throughout my pregnancy, offering comfort and support. Pelvic pain was sometimes intense in the third trimester, but I found that the prenatal yoga and deep breathing exercises helped me manage it. The perineum massage was also recommended to me by my midwife in preparation for childbirth."

  • Caroline, 33 years old

    "My pregnancy was very difficult. I was threatened with premature delivery and had to be bedridden from the 5th month. It was very trying morally, and I couldn't wait for baby to come out. All of Netflix went into it to try and pass the time and stay positive. The hormonal variations and mood swings were particularly difficult to manage, but the support of my family and friends was crucial in getting through this period. Now that my baby's here, I'm relieved and happy to finally be able to turn the page on this complicated period."

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